tracy pokemon

chenria  asked:

John Tracey from "Thunderbirds are Go" in the Pokemon universe?

Give me a character and a different fandom/universe from where they originally come from and I’ll draw them in that universe.

John gets a Bledum. A shiny Beldum Why? Well, it definitely doesn’t have anything to do with having too much blue in one piece - no, not at all.

The sensational sisters finally come back home

    A fic keeps the doctor away, or so they say. Oh, this has been something I thought about a lot I’ve even been working on multi-chapter fic while I love writing that I need a break and this was the perfect excuse to do a one shot.

This is the quick headcanon of this story Misty is finally freed from her gym leader position as her sister are finally back to take their spots and wise and better leaders than before. Misty has a gym set and her own personal battle team.  Warning their swearing character bashing and battling. And some fluff. This doesn’t follow the game’s logic have more than one move can happen. It was actually something that would happen early on the show, having more than one ability.

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As a kid, Tracey Sketchit was my favorite character in the Pokemon anime. I know Tracey was introduced as a character replacement for Brock because the anime creators thought Brock’s eyes were racist or something to that effect. For all intents and purposes he was a very watered-down version of Brock. Considering his knowledge of pokemon and how to take care of them. He was gentle and caring when it came to any Pokemon and how he can’t say no to a pretty girl. Even as a child I knew Tracy was sort of like “Brock-lite.”

But what made Tracy my favorite in the short time he was in the anime, was his love and passion for drawing, not just Pokemon, but everything, and the world around him. I was obsessed with drawing at a young age and as a child when people asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up, I would say: “An animator for Disney.” So I would often draw a lot. Usually not very good drawings, but a lot of them.

So having a character like this in the anime who does nothing but draw was interesting to me. Tracy draws so much that he can sometimes be behave very awkwardly in social situations. Usually Tracy’s first impulse to anything happening around him is “I gotta draw this.”

It’s obvious Tracey views the whole world through his sketchbook. As a kid I recognized that behavior and could relate to it. Tracey was a huge nerd and introvert, and had the biggest fanboy crush on Professor Oak. I found it so cool that someone who did nothing but draw could join in the Pokemon Adventure too. Not only that, but accomplish his dream of working alongside Professor Oak, his biggest idol.

I was really glad there was that sort of nerd introvert artist in the show that I could relate too before I outgrew the anime.

It’s hard to believe that so much time has passed since I first got into Sailor Moon. This series has done so much for me and without it I wouldn’t be the person that I am today. 

I first found out about Sailor Moon in about 1998 when it first started airing on Cartoon Network. I was a sprite seven year old, just like the series. I remember that I was flipping through the channels and saw Sailor Venus transform. I was instantly hooked by the lights, music, and prettiness of it all. Or, now that I think about it, maybe she was doing her Crescent Beam Smash attack… Either way, I saw Sailor Venus first and she hooked my attention.

From then on I watched the show on Cartoon Network. I berated my friends to play Sailor Moon games with me outside where we’d run around and attack creatures from the Negaverse. I recall the very first Sailor Scout that I loved was Sailor Neptune. I loved how graceful and mature she was and I really looked up to her. I even wanted to play the violin like her, but alas, I never took lessons. I still look up to Neptune for her grace and beauty, though. 

It was also around this time that Tracy from Pokemon was added to the show and Ash and friends were traveling around the Orange Islands. While Tracy may have sparked my obsession with art, it was Sailor Moon that helped me to really start drawing. I found that I didn’t like drawing Pokemon as much as I liked to draw beautiful cartoon women. Even to this day whenever I want to draw and I don’t know what to draw specifically, I choose something Sailor Moon related. 

My love for Sailor Moon and drawing is what has brought me to where I am today. I am currently studying to be an Art Teacher at Mankato State University. Without my lifelong obsession with Sailor Moon I don’t know if I would have ever gotten into art and thus chosen this career path. It is all thanks to Pretty Soldiers of Love and Justice that I want to become an art teacher. I’d like to start a comic book class at my future school with the Sailor Scouts as the leading ladies. 

In addition to Sailor Moon ultimately deciding my future endeavors, the show and manga taught me a lot of valuable lessons as a child. I learned that girls could be badass, too. We could be badass all while wearing short pretty skirts, having flowing beautiful hair, and touting the girliest of attacks. I learned that I could be myself and still be awesome.

And, of course, who could forget the center theme of the show? Sailor Moon taught me that love conquers all and that evil intentions don’t get you very far in life. Love really has been the answer to just about all of my problems.

So, as a final statement, I’m really glad to have been exposed to such a wonderful series and I eagerly await the reboot in July (hopefully…).